Are you homeschooling an only child? Or maybe you’re considering it, but friends and relatives have you worried that he or she won’t be properly “socialized” if you do. Perhaps you’re just not sure where to start or how to keep your child learning and engaged. If you find yourself in any of these situations–or if you’re just curious about how to homeschool an only child — these articles are for you!
To be honest, homeschooling an only child does present some challenges, but almost every choice in life comes with both benefits and drawbacks. Below, you’ll find information about the challenges of homeschooling an only child, the advantages, and practical information to help you off to a successful start!
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Yes! There are some real advantages to homeschooling an only child. Among other things, it can be a great way to make sure your child gets a lot of great, personalized instruction, and it can also result in a very strong family relationships. Read the article below to learn about some of the pros of homeschooling an only child.
And yes, there are some very unique challenges that come with the territory, too. Click below to learn about some of the challenges you might need to be prepared for when homeschooling an only child.
“But how will he or she make friends? You don’t want your child to be unsocialized.” Sound familiar? Here are some ideas for making sure the dreaded socialization/homeschooling myth does not affect your homeschooled only child.
This article shares one mom’s personal experiences homeschooling her only child. . .and the things she loves about it!
Curriculum for one? Here’s how to make the most when choosing a homeschooling curriculum for your only child!